On subjects ranging from Tunnel Warfare to World War Two Infantry Antitank Weapons. Army manual for the M1 Garand, 27 pages 8. Instead of using a lot of space on the name plate for the company name, address, etc. Its best-known hardware products are the Mac line of computers, the iPod media player, the iPhone smartphone, and the iPad tablet computer. Maybe use the donation button he has provided to help things keep going. Drill illustrations and the M1 marksmanship sections show Gas Trap Garands.
More importantly, it emphasizes prompt and effective action in sustaining life. All neatly bound with marbled board covers and green leather spine and corners. . Former owner name Averil M. This one is 118 pages covering all manner of Russian bombs and bomb fuzes. Seven are small arms and one on Army Publications which as good background on different types of pubs, so it is related to small arms.
Only hand signal I know is not shown, but maybe the Army guys are too polite to need that one. Interesting reading, and interesting to see how tactics have changed in the 40 years since this manual was written. National Guard receipt marking rubber stamped on back cover, otherwise about fine. Archived from on 5 August 2010. Great reference for a collector or especially for the reenactor or living history enthusiast.
February 1960, about 91 pages. Not as durable as later plastic or tyvek items, and survival rate on these is low. Army, with forewords by Lieutenant General , , and Shawn Brimley and a New Introduction by Janine Davidson. For each book in in Tunnel Warfare series has a additional volume filled with additional articles which have been found since our publication of the series. Gen Commanding; Quartermaster General; Commissary General of Subsistance; Surgeon General, Paymaster General, Chief Signal Officer, Military Academy, etc. This was the essential manual used by both sides during the Civil War, with copies printed in the South as well as those printed in the North. Seven of the most important official references, with over 2,600 pages of information, loaded with detailed drawings, specifications, markings, etc.
We have been collecting documents for around 50 years now. We accept requests for assistance on a case by case basis. The Internet Archive Manual Library is a collection of manuals, instructions, walkthroughs and datasheets for a massive spectrum of items. Especially good or heavily used copies are usually indicated as such. This is an important reference loaded with informatin from visits to most of the European powers and detailed drawings and spsecifications for their arms and in some cases the arsenals where they were made or stored.
Series d-c circuits 57 5. Most show gentle to moderate use, and may have previous owner's name etc on inside cover or flyleaf, maybe a few smudges on pages, etc, but are good sound copies. Titles pretty well explain the contents. Just search survival in the Ap store. Includes some mechanical training, and then firing and courses of fire, etc. This is a later reprint circa 1951 and has two 1959 dates rubber stamped on the cover along with a couple of numbers. Pages have some of the usual brown spotting encountered on old paper, and some chipping on the ends of the spine, but is a pretty nice copy for the collector, as well as the researcher to mine for data.
Has copy of change 1 stuck in authorizing removal of the gas piston at the unit leve under supervision. Note from Curator: These are currently being. Electromagnetism and magnetic circuits 149 9. Network analysis of d-c circuits 106 7. Cover sheet missing, but contents excellent.
Loose copy of change 4 dated January 1943 is included. United States Army Field Manuals are published by the 's Army Publishing Directorate. Most types are illustrated and there are now 20 pages of color plates showing the color markings used on all types of ammunition as of 1956, with significant additions over the 1945 edition. Most consist of information about programming, usage and operation of synthesizers, as well as software products that emulate synthesizers. This volume covering Russian bombs did not appear until 1954, probably reflecting the lower likelihood of encountering them and the secretive nature of the Godless commies.
An excellent guide to basic driving skills and also on off road operation and coping with damaged or stuck vehicles. But, the weak stitching on the inside holding the front cover to the body of the book has failed from age although the rear binding is still intact. Once you get to the product, you can use the Library area to find the manual. Ruger products are stocked and sold by thousands of federally licensed independent retailers in the United States and in many foreign countries. Original, not a commercial reprint. This collection will contain manuals, brochures, booklets, and pamphlets covering the operation, specifications, marketing, maintenance, and repair of various farm, automotive and construction equipment. Handy to have if you need to work on one of these.
June 1973 about 250 pages. Departmental reports include actions against Indians, reports of inspections of troops at various posts type and condition of arms, etc details on construction and repair at posts. The system was conceived by entrepreneur and Electronic Arts founder Trip Hawkins. Technical manuals were meant to be specific instructions and should be followed exactly, especially the ones which have a lot of changes attached to them to correct earlier mistakes found in them. Rest of the book is pretty much all you would expect in a manual- nomenclature, drawings, disassembly, use, maintenance, along with a healthy dose of company history and sales pitches for their other products, etc.